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Discover Cancun-the turquoise Mayan paradise

There is no better place to admire the beauty of the Caribbean than Cancun. Located in the Yucatan Peninsula, in southeast Mexico, it is considered one of the most important destinations in the country and the main gateway to the Mayan World.
Surrounded by legendary archaeological ruins and the most beautiful white sand beaches, it is the ideal destination for an unforgettable vacation. Its wide offer of tourist attractions will truly make you feel in paradise. So much to do, so little time!
Tulum Archaeological Site at Riviera Maya, Mexico

Tulum Archaeological Site

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Mayan ruins of Tulum are one of the places you can not miss during your trip. Located 30 minutes from Playa del Carmen, it is the only Mayan city settled on the seashore. Walk its beautiful inner walls full of magic and history and admire the spectacular views from its iconic "Castle"¬¬—an imposing structure at the edge of a cliff.
Coba in Quintana Roo, Mexico


Tour the temples of one of the largest Mayan cities of the classical period: Coba. If you are bold enough, climb the highest pyramid in the Mayan world, your reward will be one of the most impressive views in the area. With over 40 meters in height, Nohuch Mul, which in Mayan means "big mound", is the largest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Archaeological Site Of XelHa, Quintana Roo


The ideal haven for nature lovers. Its extraordinary mix of springs and underground rivers make it the most beautiful natural aquarium in the world. In Xel-Ha you can swim, snorkel, peacefully float in the river, go deep into the jungle or just walk along the beach while enjoying the sun.
XCart Theme Park, Quintana Roo


Imagine impressive natural landscapes where the green of the jungle is combined with the turquoise shades of the sea—in Xcaret you will live everything you can expect from an unforgettable trip. Located just 45 minutes away from Cancun, this impressive natural park holds the top treasures from Mexican traditions and culture.
Enjoy in Garrafon Reef Park, Quintana Roo

Garrafon Reef Park

Located in the paradisiacal Isla Mujeres, this natural park is an earthly paradise of reefs and cliffs, renowned for its unparalleled beauty and its wide variety of recreational activities, such as kayaking and snorkeling.
Enjoy Golf in Quintana Roo


The golf courses of Cancun, designed by renowned experts, have put Mexico on the worldwide map of this sport. The PGA (Professional Golfers' Association of America) approved events and the American television coverage have also helped raise the credentials of Mexican golf. All of the courses in Cancun are open to the public.
Playa del Carmen Resort Town, Quintana Roo

Playa del Carmen

Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Playa de Carmen is the heart of the Riviera Maya. Forget about everyday life while touring its picturesque streets. Swim in its crystal clear waters and enjoy a variety of shops, boutiques, and first class restaurants on its famous Fifth Avenue.
Chichen Itza Pyramid, Quintana Roo

Chichen Itza

Discover the fascinating world of the Mayan culture in one of the most spectacular archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula: Chichen Itza. Considered one of the 7 wonders of the world, this legendary Mayan city is distinguished by its imposing "Castle" (Pyramid of Kukulcan), its Temple of the Thousand Columns, and its amazing 25-meter Mayan Calendar.
Cenotes in Quintana Roo


Immerse in the depths of these ancient caves of extraordinary beauty and mysticism. There are about 3000 cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula, many of which you can find very close to Playa del Carmen—like the famous Kantun-Chi ("Yellow Stone Mouth"), turned into a beautiful ecological park.
The best beach in Cancun
Our privileged location—less than 30 minutes from Cancun International Airport—offers you the opportunity to easily navigate through the most exciting tourist attractions and cultural sites of the region.
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